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One of "New Seven Wonders of the World", a part of UNESCO World Heritage, the most grandiose construction in history of world architecture.
The main square of China, the world's largest; accommodates up to 1 million people; symbolic heart of chinese nation. Gate of Heavenly Peace, Mao mausoleum.
In the Liseberg amusement park one can find commemorative slabs with the handprints of four members of the world-famous Swedish musical group ABBA
Catolical sacred place and pilgrimage location; four times was destroyed, but each time was recreated; one cross was placed by Pope John Paul II.
Tourists can admire not only the beauty of Arc de Triomphe, but also stunning views of Paris, which opens from its observation deck
Babi Yar Monument - many-figured bronze composition on a site of mass executions of civil population, carried out by the Nazi occupiers in 1941
Equestrian statue of hetman Bogdan Khmelnytsky, located in Saint Sophia Square, is one of the most famous monuments in Kiev, sort of an emblem of the city
Memorial in the form of granite pillar was installed in 1988 in honor of the first educational institution in Rus - the school at the Church of the Tithes on the Starokievskaya Hill
Monument to I.P. Kotlyarevsky, the first classic of Ukrainian literature, represents itself a bronze bust of the writer, casted together with the column pedestal
Monument to the distinguished football coach V. Lobanovsky was installed on the territory of Dynamo Stadium in 2003 on the first anniversary of his death
Monument to Panikovsky, the central character of "The Little Golden Calf" by Ilf and Petrov, stands on Khreshchatyk, where, according to the novel, this "great blind man" worked
This sculptural group in Mikhaylovskaya Square consists of three monuments: to Great Princess Olga, to Saints Cyril and Methodius and to Saint Andrew the First-called
Monument to the great Ukrainian poet and artist Taras Shevchenko is located in a park in front of the Red building of Kiev University, where once he worked
Monument to the well-known theatre and film comic actor Nikolay Yakovchenko is installed in a small park on the square in front of Ivan Franko theatre, where he worked many years
Saint Vladimir monument, installed on the lower terrace of Vladimir Hill park in 1853, is considired to be the first sculptural monument in the Ukrainian capital
The unfinished memorial for Chernobyl victims, founded in picturesque park Smorodinovaya Grove in 1991, today consists of the Bell of Grief and symbolic burial mound
Have you ever seen a nice pink-spotted moose? The annual Moosefest in Bennington is your chance to see and even purchase some unusual sculptures
M.T. Liggett began creating his acid political masterpieces in 1989. His metal scrap sculptures can be seen along the Highway 154 in Mullinville.
Memorial to victims of the terrorist attacks of September, 11 will be completed no earlier than in 2012. The area around the building site has become a real memorial long ago
Walking about Chicago streets, tourists can observe Modern Sculptures, created by Fleming, Picasso, and many others
In a cosy public garden at Patriarch's Ponds is situated the monument to Russian poet and fabulist I.A. Krylov, and along the alley there are set up sculptural illustrations to his fables
A famous seated statue of Pyotr Tchaikovsky by Vera Mukhina was set up in front of Moscow conservatoire on the occasion of 100th anniversary of the great Russian composer`s birth
Having carefully observed the monument «Thousand Years of Russia», one can study the history of the Russian state from Rurik to Peter the Great
The huge Tsar Cannon weighing more than 39000 tons was cast of bronze in 1586 by A. Chokhov; it is a monument of Russian artillery and a masterpiece of Russian foundry art
The enormous Tzar Bell, which has no equal in weight and size in the world, is the most unique masterpiece of Russian bell founding art of 18th century